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Do not get caught short

If this is your first raffle or your 50th, the question is always - "How many raffle tickets should I buy" While the answer is not simple, it is always better to overbuy than to run short. The few extra dollars spent will be well worth it. If you run out of tickets you will need to place an expensive rush order or lose sales. 

Thank You

I would like to say thank you. The organization was making their raffle tickets. Wish we knew about you 19 years ago. The tickets came at a time when the weather was bad. We thought we were not going to get them in time(wrong). I received them in plenty of time. In fact, they were ordered on the 3rd after 6pm and I received them on the 6. The quality is great. We will be ordering again. Also, thanks for the calendar and phone message pad. Do you print these for the public with their organization on it? 

Sincerely, 
Teresa

Back printing as a sales aid

Want to make it easy to sell your raffle tickets?  Just print a coupon, paid for by a local business, on the back of your raffle ticket that is worth more than the selling price of the ticket. Ticket buyers may support your organization and your cause but if they can do it at no cost, your tickets almost sell themselves.

Who will pay for your tickets?

It is just about time to start planing for the summer fundraising events and part of that planing is to find patrons who see the advantage of advertising on the back of your raffle tickets.We can put just about anything on the back such as coupons or free offers and you get free tickets. This is a winner for everyone.